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Breakfast! 2016 (Part 1)

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Breakfast this morning was a nutritional powerhouse of half a pork pie, and then I stopped at a winery I'm staying nearby while on holiday and had, uh, a Moscato slushie. As you do. Ahem.

 

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4 hours ago, Anna N said:

Here's  a link to the recipe I used. I mixed the dough in the Thermomix but it can certainly be done by hand or in a stand mixer. 

 

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 Not sure if my imagination is responsible or the ever riper avocado that was staring back at me and pricking my conscience.  Flat bread topped with cheese, oven roasted tomatoes from the freezer and some avocado. A good sprinkling of sumac seemed to bring it together. 

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13 hours ago, rarerollingobject said:

Breakfast this morning was a nutritional powerhouse of half a pork pie, and then I stopped at a winery I'm staying nearby while on holiday and had, uh, a Moscato slushie. As you do. Ahem.

 

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*swoon*  I'm forever enamored by you, RRO.  A wine slushy.  Amazing.  I want. 

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31 minutes ago, Shelby said:

*swoon*  I'm forever enamored by you, RRO.  A wine slushy.  Amazing.  I want. 

 

I know!  The only time I get a wine slushy is when I put a bottle in the freezer for a quick chill and leave it a bit too long :$!

 

Today's breakfast:  I scrambled an egg into some leftover chipotle rice and veg:

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Appetizing "platter" for 1 (Yes, I made 2).

 

From Russ & Daughters - pickled herring,  Gaspe nova, whitefish salad. Campari tomatoes.

 

Served with mini-bagels, cream cheese.

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Added herring to my grocery list.  

 

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Home made pita stuffed with scrambled eggs and tomato chutney. 

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Chipotle brown rice medley (brown rice, black barley & daikon radish seeds) with tofu and vegetables:

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Edited to add that I have been eating bowl-o-chipotle-rice for quite a few meals recently.  I was excited to try this tofu version and it was good but I think I'm finally getting tired of it.  I think it's time to move on :D


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@liuzhouStuff happens, and it was obviously the toaster's fault. :smile:

 

My 1970's oven is sent by Satan (the evil landlord), but somehow I wrest good stuff out of it mostly. When stuff happens, I have an out. The oven did it! My husband buys it.

 

We don't eat breakfast per se, but I love this thread because we frequently have breakfast foods for dinner, and I get a lot of inspiration from all the wonderful meals posted here.

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On 2/21/2016 at 8:29 AM, Anna N said:

 

 

 Not sure if my imagination is responsible or the ever riper avocado that was staring back at me and pricking my conscience.  Flat bread topped with cheese, oven roasted tomatoes from the freezer and some avocado. A good sprinkling of sumac seemed to bring it together. 

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Anna, you make some of the most interesting tartines...Wow!

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Homemade Greek yogurt (have I mentioned I love the Instant Pot?), homemade granola, blueberries.  No photo.

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Beautiful bread as always Ann_T

 

 

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Well-peppered goat cheese on toast. 

 

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1 hour ago, Shelby said:

I just read that it's National Toast Day

 

Wow, toast has a day?  Oh man, and I'm staying in a Houston hotel with a crappy toaster when I should be home celebrating with my Cuisi steam oven - my maker of sublime toast!  

 

On the other hand, yesterday was National Margarita Day and I was able to partake. Not for breakfast though xDxDxD

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Not what I'd usually think of for breakfast, but I woke up with a craving for sardines on toast. Home made bread, canned sardines in tomato sauce (I washed off most of the sauce - unfortunately the only sardines I can find here are in tomato sauce). Served with a mug of black coffee.

 

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25 minutes ago, Thanks for the Crepes said:

@liuzhouDid you ever think about or try your sardines in tomato sauce over pasta?

 

 

I have eaten it. It was the sort of thing my mother considered to be "haut cuisine". I still have nightmares about overcooked macaroni with with canned sardines in tomato sauce. But never had it for breakfast.

 

These day I only used canned sardines on toast. With pasta, I prefer fresh fish which I can get easily. Although what the Chinese call sardines aren't what I call sardines. But then "sardines" covers many species.


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 Sardines in tomato sauce are the only kind I like!   Could not imagine them on pasta but if I had some in the house right now I'd be enjoying them on toast (and it's not even 4:30 am).  Still one of the cheapest sources of protein I can lay my hands on.


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